“Afraid of Nothing”?

The “Afraid-of-Nothing” Dreadnoughtus schrani specimen recently uncovered in Patagonia is 7 times bigger than a Tyrannosaurus Rex, but I wonder how much brighter.

 

Skull of Tyrannosaurus rex, type specimen (CM ...Skull of Tyrannosaurus rex, type specimen (CM 9380) at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History. This was heavily and inaccurately restored with plaster using Allosaurus as a model, and has since been disassembled. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

If T Rex was just a big chicken, brain-wise, no wonder he’s no longer around.Photo: cast of a Tyrannosaurus rex braincase a...Photo: cast of a Tyrannosaurus rex braincase at the Australian Museum, Sydney. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)Tyrannosaurus rex "Sue" displayed at...Tyrannosaurus rex “Sue” displayed at the Field Museum in Chicago, Illinois, U.S. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Moveable Feast---solar-powered, auto open and close chicken coop/tractor built by Mr. WMoveable Feast—solar-powered, auto open and close chicken coop/tractor built by Mr. W

I haven’t actually named the five hens, but one of the twin red ones is going to have to be called Ginger.  Not that there’s a Professor.  Possibly a Mrs. Howell…

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Fearless, fearsome, or chicken?

 

 

 

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